The Little Tree

By Agnes Szenozicska Schultz, M.D.
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The Little Tree presents the story of a tiny seed that struggles to survive in an unfamiliar and lonely place. Relying on the wisdom of her mothers advice to grow strong and widespread roots, she finds that she is able to grow into a tree, strong enough even to help little birds by offering them a resting place and a home among her branches. As she grows taller, she learns that other trees are growing not far from her; they had been there all the time, but in order for her to discover them she first had to rely on her own strength and determination. The lessons of The Little Tree offer hope and encouragement to readers of all ages who face personal struggles.

About the Author

Agnes Szenozicska Schultz, M.D., is a native of Hungary and currently lives in South Carolina, where she is a pediatrician in a private practice. She is the mother of three children, Roberta, Anna, and Kristina, and enjoys gardening in her spare time. Dr. Schultz is a member of the AMA and a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics. The Little Tree is her first published book.

Published: 2007
Page Count: 32